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Vietnam to host first int’l electrical expo in December
Vietnam will host an international exhibition on electrical equipment for the first time in Hanoi from December 11-13 where more than 200 domestic and foreign enterprises are expected to take part, said Vietnam News Agency (VNA) Tuesday.

At a press conference in Hanoi on Tuesday, Hoang Thai An, chairman of the Vietnam Power Industry Association (VPIA), said the exhibition will offer a chance for domestic and foreign businesses to promote trade and cooperation in order to successfully implement the country’s electricity development strategy, as well as for electric companies to seek their partners and sign cooperation contracts.

The VPIA chairman said the exposition will also become an annual event of the electricity sector.

During the event, seminars and forums on power development strategies, investment projects and prospects of the electrical technology and equipment market will be held, he said.

Over the past years, despite efforts made by the Electricity of Vietnam (EVN) and its members, power supplies have not yet met the country’s demand for economic development and daily use.

A recent survey conducted by KPMG, a multinational consultancy company, shows that Vietnam’s electricity sector is one of the most attractive areas to investors due to the country’s rapid economic growth and increasing power demand.

Technological equipment for thermo and hydro power plants as well as environmental protection equipment in electricity production will also be displayed.

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